In honor of the Jewish High Holy Day, Yom Kippur, this Sunday we will consider the importance of forgiveness in finding hope, healing and wholeness in our lives. Through story, reflection, and ritual, this service will invite you to find the deeper peace and freedom that forgiveness offers.
All are welcome to shop at the Harvest Craft Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25, at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson at 80 Main St. in Hudson. Crafts that will be available for purchase include fused and stained glass, plates and bowls, clocks, hurricane lamps, decorations, seasonal decor, candle [ … ]
This Sunday’s service “Through Eyes that Have Cried” urges that compassion be the center of debates around immigration. An award winning preacher, scholar and social justice organizer, the Rev. Colin Bossen is currently working on his doctorate at Harvard University where he is studying the relationship between theology and social movements. Prior to returning to academia Bossen [ … ]
Are the winds of change blowing in your life right now? Have you ever taken a great leap of faith? Is such a leap in your near future? Hearing the story of how Siddhartha Guatama became the Buddha, and drawing on Buddhist teachings and wisdom, we will consider our own experiences of change, both past and [ … ]
Women are welcome to attend a screening of “Things We Don’t Talk About: Women’s Stories from the Red Tent” at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson on Sunday, Sept. 28, 4 to 8 p.m. The Red Tent movement is a growing social phenomenon that supports today’s woman in reclaiming the gift of community when women [ … ]
The Children’s Ministry at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson is just getting started and staff members have lots of new, fun, and educational activities for youngsters to partake in. On Sunday, Sept. 14, children and teens have their own worship service, part of a program that will have one kids’ service each month. During [ … ]